For Provider Participants: Policy

Audible Pedestrian Signals(APS)

Their is a disparity in the existing numbers of pedestrian signals and the existing numbers of audible pedestrian signals large enough for one to call a breach of trust in our immediate area.How does the rest of the country look?Can our charges cross the street in your respected areas or is it more dangerous at home than it was abroad?


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    MJP080551 ( Idea Submitter )

    Amazing!I wonder whether or not the same results would have occurred had I said "fewer APS's?

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    MJP080551 ( Idea Submitter )

    Still can't find our idea to follow DR.Liao and the University of Minnesota's progress in developing a pedestrian-friendly app?Tsk,tsk,tsk.Makes one wonder,among other things,how many other ideas,comments,and votes might be missing ,too.No matter,we are not competing for votes.We hope to save lives.Certainly,APS's are missing around here coincidently or not.You are watching a cooking pot,while we are watching an hour glass run out of time on pedestrians,veteran or not.We are not the City of San Francisco with a negociated settlement regarding the instalation and maintenance of APS's,but we may as well be.We get the feeling that information and systems management and systems engineering management are not your strong suits(two subjects that evrn Barney and the Muppets would have difficulty with teaching children in a bicycle/pedestrian safety classs so that the kids will begin to learn to distinguish the differance between vehicular and pedestrian-friendly areas.Thus,you are either,flying-by-the-seat-of-your-pants with this exercise or taking time out to watermark materal.Been there-done that.